Comment: Nope. I don't.

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Nope. I don't.

Nope. I don't.

Here's what worked for me :

the supply-demand laws, in skills. While paying a lot of attention to what was emerging as tremendously useful to find relevant information and to brush up or reinforce my knowledge, for making a future living.

Oh, and yes. And NIGHT-YEARS of self-teaching, via study and practice.

But of course, your average Obamanoid liberal will swear to you I must be an exception. They will swear to you that the gov't-driven, tax payer-funded evaluation of students' skills can do so much better, can't it ?

Yeah, right.

Idiots. If we, hard working coding addicts, were "geniuses", say "a la Stephen Hawking", heck, we should know, and them mono-thinking liberals would probably worship us on TV because "that's cool". Choke on that, Obamarxists : ahh... just valuing our hard work and hard earned, capitalized knowledge in what we like to do, more simply instead, is so much NOT your thing... is it ?

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.


"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius